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Title Program: The North Hudson Sewerage Authority. Opening of the H1 Hoboken Wet Weather Pump Station, Oct. 17, 2011.
Object Name Program
Catalog Number 2011.037.0011
Collection Hoboken Buildings & Real Estate Collection
Credit Gift of Maurice Fitzgibbons.
Scope & Content Program: The North Hudson Sewerage Authority. Opening of the H1 Hoboken Wet Weather Pump Station, Oct. 17, 2011.

Printed folio cardstock, 51/2" x 8-1/2", [4] pp.

See related for two additional items from this dedication event.
Event was in Hoboken at 99 Observer Highway (Washington Street), 12. PM; with reception and tour of facility.

Cover has depiction of a sewer manhole cover, a commemorative metal paperweight. Back cover has a black-and-white architects rendering of of a view (looking southeast) of the building (the former Lackawanna Railroad records building still extant is seen to the left.) Design by Nastasi Architects, a Hoboken firm led by John Nastasi

North Hudson Sewerage Authority
Wolff, Richard J., Ph.D., Chairman
Marotta, Libero, Commissioner
Raia, Frank, Commissioner
Roque, Felix, Commissioner
Schroeder, Harold, Commissioner
Soares, Anthony, Commissioner
Spaccavento, Patleo, Commissioner
Stack, Katia, Commissioner
Zucconi, Erika, Commissioner
Pocci, Fredric J., Executive Director

Speakers besides Pocci and Wolff were:

Zimmer, Dawn, Mayor
Stack, Brian P., State Senator
Sires, Albio, Congressman
Menendez, [U.S.] Senator Robert
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People Wolff, Richard J.
Marotta, Libero
Raia, Frank
Roque, Felix
Schroeder, Harold
Soares, Anthony
Spaccavento, Patleo
Stack, Katia
Zucconi, Erika
Pocci, Fredric J.
Zimmer, Dawn
Stack, Brian P.
Sires, Albio
Menendez, Senator Robert
Date 2011
Year Range from 2011
Year Range to 2011
Search Terms North Hudson Sewerage Authority
99 Observer Highway
Washington St.
Observer Highway
Nastasi Architects
Caption outside: pp [1] + [4]
Imagefile 106\20110370011.TIF
Classification Buildings
Engineering
Sewers
Government & Politics
Ceremonies